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/dpt/ - Daily Programming Thread

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Old thread: >>74798226

What are you working on, /g/?
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Starter Gaming PC Tips?

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Dunno if this falls into the "not your personal tech support" category or if this is even the right place to ask this, but can anybody recommend a nice starter Gaming PC build that's cheap but not so cheap as to limit my upgrade path? I have a build I'm working on on pcpartspicker I can post, I just want to know if I can go any lower on certain things and just upgrade them later

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any reputable email providers that is not gmail?

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KDE developers have no dignity
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Was technology a mistake?
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UK police posting this poster
>discord is used by elite hackers
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I've convinced myself to spend $1300 on a standing desk. Please tell me how retarded I am.
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

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Assemble a part list
How to build a PC

Want help?
>State budget, location, monitor and CURRENCY
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and GPU pairing (if applicable)

>Windows 10 keys are $5 on ebay

>Ryzen 2200G/3200G - HTPC, web browsing
>Ryzen 1600AF/2600 - budget price/performance
>R5 3600/3700X - AMD gaming/productivity
>i7-9700K/i9-9900K - 240Hz gaming or max FPS
>R9 3900X/3950X - non-HEDT production
>Threadripper 3960X/3970X - HEDT

AM4 mobos:
Z390 mobos:

>At least 2 sticks for dual channel CPU, 2x8GB is standard
>RAM speeds of 3200CL16 or more recommended
>Micron E die and Samsung B die OC well
>AMD B, X, Intel Z chipsets support XMP
>RAM on motherboard’s QVL will run at rated speeds

Consider power consumption, driver quality, and game codes
>Used RX570/RX580 - budget 1080p, from a place with buyer protection
>GTX1650 Super - budget 1080p
>GTX1660 Super - standard 1080, look for Ti at the same price
>RTX2060 - Recently discounted
>RX5700/XT - best price/performance. No blower XTs
>RTX2070 Super - 1440p/budget 4k
>RTX2080 Ti - best, but expensive

Case and cooling
>Many AIOs do not outperform large air coolers, open loops cost beyond diminishing returns
>Mesh fronts typically improve airflow and temperature
>Static pressure fans recommended for poorly ventilated cases

>Running a PSU near its capacity leads to more heat and higher fan RPM. Premium units offer better protection, regulation and noise. Check reviews with actual testing

>Avoid DRAM-less SSDs
>NVMe drives offer marginal improvement over SATA for consumer usage

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why more and more smartphone producents are removing jack? why buyers allow it?
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Types of programming languages

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What are the different categories of programming languages?
As far as I know
>high level
Python etc

>low level
C family, ruby, swift, go etc

Lisp etc

How many is it practical to master?
One of each category?
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